Connecting People and Skills to Power Australia’s Energy Future
The Australian Power Institute (API) represents major Australian power companies in providing future professional power engineering capability whose vision is:
"To Deliver a Sustainable Supply of Highly Skilled Power Engineering Professionals Working Effectively to Meet the Challenges of Australia’s Emerging Energy Future and to Support the Technical and Commercial Success of Member Companies in the Energy Sector"
The key objectives of API are:
- Provide a sustainable supply of quality power engineering graduates to energy industry
- Facilitate a strong power engineering education platform
- Coordination of industry and university innovation initiatives
Summer School 2018
Agile. Innovative. Supportive.
Journey on the Energy Revolution - An Agile, Innovative Energy Industry Supporting the Changing Needs of Customers, Community & Shareholders.
Total investment for the summer
school includes a first class
residential program (including
group activities and site visits),
electronic copies of all
and meals (including all group
dinners and functions) and an
attendance certificate recognized
by Continuing Professional
Development (CPD) in accordance
with CPD guidelines
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API PowerChem Asia Pacific
The primary aim of the conference is to provide up-to-date professional development for those working in the industry globally as well as those associated with it. This conference is composed of a diverse range of key speakers, exhibitors, and three days of lectures. The format of the conference allows close interaction between speakers, presenters, exhibitors and delegates, with a number of training courses also available.
"PowerChem Conference is the only forum in the PowerChem industry and therefore is the perfect opportunity to network by renewing contacts and building new relationships with nationwide and international industry colleagues." - Colin Gwynne (Aurecon)
PowerChem Conference 2018 will be held on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland from Sunday 20 May to Thursday 24 May, 2018.
PowerChem Conference 2016 received excellent feedback from delegates, exhibitors and sponsors alike. Sponsors were provided with an invaluable opportunity to network with key decision-makers, whilst delegates relished the opportunity to be presented with the latest products and services available to them.
The conference program includes plenary sessions as well as a panel discussion on a specialised topics. An exhibition runs parallel to the conference, with all refreshments focused around the exhibition area to encourage delegates to visit all booths.
***CALL FOR PAPERS***
In addition to invited speakers, a number of papers will also be sought from the international and Australian power industry. One page abstracts (no more than 500 words) are to be emailed to Kendall Klingaman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for review by the Conference Techincal Committee. Please note that upon acceptance of your paper, all speakers are expected to register and pay to attend.
Deadline for submission: 10 NOVEMBER 2017
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Aim of conference
Delegate/employer attendance benefits
Timeline of events
Traning courses on offer and more